Date: 15th January 2024 at 8:32am
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Tottenham hotspur came from behind twice to earn an important draw against Manchester United on Sunday afternoon. 

Rasmus Hojlund put the hosts in front at Old Trafford with a thunderous strike, before Richarlison drew Spurs level with a header shortly after.

Marcus Rashford then put United back in front with his first home goal of the season, but Tottenham midfielder Rodrigo Bentancur drew Ange Postecoglou’s side level just after the break.

The result leaves the Lilywhites fifth in the Premier League table, while the Red Devils move up to seventh.

Now, it appears that Tottenham are chasing an in-form Premier League striker.

As per Football Insider, both Tottenham and Arsenal are interested in Bournemouth star Dominic Solanke.

Solanke has been in fine form this season and has attracted interest from both Tottenham and Arsenal

The Englishman has been in fine form so far this season, scoring 12 goals in 19 Premier League matches.

Solanke, 26, joined Bournemouth from Liverpool and has since scored 69 goals in 196 games across all competitions, as well as providing 28 assists.

Newcastle United are also said to be interested in Solanke, with Magpies boss Eddie Howe having signed the player for the Cherries during his time on the south coast.

Howe dismissed rumours of a potential move for Solanke over the weekend, though, and the report claims that the North East outfit are more likely to move for a striker in the summer transfer window.

It is also claimed that the Cherries are ‘braced for offers’ for the striker, who has been capped once by England at senior level.

Solanke played for both Liverpool and Chelsea in his younger years, but made just one appearance for the Blues and scored only once in 27 games for the Reds across all competitions.

He has been in fantastic form this term, though, most notably when netting a hat-trick against Nottingham Forest in December.

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